Clinics Can Help, the West Palm Beach-based nonprofit helping to enable access to healthcare to all through the donation of medical equipment and supplies, will hold its sixth annual golf classic on Friday, April 26 at the Wellington National Golf Club.
CBS 12 morning anchor Matt Lincoln is serving as this year’s event chair, and longtime supporter Dana Quigley is serving as honorary chair.
“We have two great leaders at the helm of this year’s annual golf classic,” CCH Chief Executive Officer Owen O’Neill said. “We are excited to have Matt setting the course and Dana returning with his amazing energy and drive. Special thanks to them both for helping us make this event terrific.”
Featuring a 1 p.m. shotgun start, the event offers prizes for closest to the pin, longest drive, putting contest and hole-in-one. Following the game, players and attendees are invited to enjoy delicious food, a silent auction and an awards ceremony.
Proceeds will support CCH’s Kinder Project, the organization’s program supporting families of children with special needs.
“Bringing this equipment to children, and their families, is not something that should be a luxury. These are items they need to live. We are working toward a world where those in need can get the equipment, regardless of their ability to pay,” O’Neill said.
In the last year alone, Clinics Can Help granted more than $1,400,000 in reusable medical equipment and supplies for those most in need. For more information on this event, or about Clinics Can Help, call (561) 640-2995 or visit www.clinicscanhelp.org.